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Assembly of Falcon 67

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Assembly of Falcon 67

Post  ronfranklin on Tue Nov 22, 2016 8:29 pm

I am sure this question has been asked many times before but does anyone have any photos or instructions for assembling a Falcon 67 specifically the stand and spring. I have a spare parts list but does a comprehensive list exist with some dimensions etc?
Many thanks

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Assembley

Post  kerabo on Fri Nov 25, 2016 8:40 am

Ron
Have you got a manual and parts book?
You should be able to assemble at least the frame from studying that.
If not try to approach one bit at a time and ask.

Ken

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Falcon 67 assembly

Post  ronfranklin on Fri Nov 25, 2016 4:03 pm

Hi Ken
many thanks, yes i have a parts list and i am using this. i have a few nuts and bolts missing, I was trying to get an idea of some of the sizes to see if i can locate something similer over here or order on line in uk but need to order the correct sizes.
Apart from that i do not see too many issues.
Thanks again

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Post  kerabo on Fri Nov 25, 2016 4:55 pm

With my other bike my Sunbeam the manual lists a complete list of frame nuts and bolts with thread and sizes etc.
There are some good places over here but I would suggest you make a complete list so you only pay postage once and get some extra long ones that can be cut where you missed some.
I know it's not original but I tend to go for stainless.
eBay can be an easy way.
Most on my bikes are BSCY and BSF
Regards Ken

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